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  • noun Plural form of accusal.

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Examples

  • Immediate accusals of racism and anti-semitism are screamed from the rooftops.

    Reviewing Zionism, Militarism, and the Decline of US Power

  • Yes, pregnant chads, dimpled chads, and hanging chads, plus the recusals, the refusals and the accusals.

    CNN Transcript - Special Event: The Spin Room: Al Gore and George Bush in Midst of Legal, Political and PR Battles - November 15, 2000

  • She did not quite understand, and she was far from knowing that this cynic humor expressed a deadlier pessimism than her father's fiercest accusals of the country.

    Their Silver Wedding Journey — Volume 1

  • By the time Mrs. Mavering had hissed out the last word she had her arm round her boy's neck and was clutching him, safe and sound after his peril, to her breast; and between her kissing and crying she repeated her accusals and denunciations with violent volubility.

    April Hopes

  • She did not quite understand, and she was far from knowing that this cynic humor expressed a deadlier pessimism than her father's fiercest accusals of the country.

    Complete March Family Trilogy

  • She did not quite understand, and she was far from knowing that this cynic humor expressed a deadlier pessimism than her father's fiercest accusals of the country.

    Their Silver Wedding Journey — Complete

  • Speaking on air of the 5th television channel, Ukraine's Vice-Premier Grigory Nemyrya advised the First deputy head of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) Valery Khoroshkovsky "to not talk rashly" and "scatter" accusals, Ukrayinska pravda reports.

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  • Words of fierce Hebrew poetry burned in his thought; the warnings and the accusals and the condemnations of the angry prophets; and he stood rapt from his own time and place in a dream of days when the Most High stooped to commune face to face with His ministers, while the young voices of those forgetful or ignorant of Him, called to his own youth, and the garlanded chariots, with their banners and their streamers passed on the road beneath him and out of sight in the shadow of the woods beyond.

    Ragged Lady — Volume 1

  • Words of fierce Hebrew poetry burned in his thought; the warnings and the accusals and the condemnations of the angry prophets; and he stood rapt from his own time and place in a dream of days when the Most High stooped to commune face to face with His ministers, while the young voices of those forgetful or ignorant of Him, called to his own youth, and the garlanded chariots, with their banners and their streamers passed on the road beneath him and out of sight in the shadow of the woods beyond.

    Ragged Lady — Complete

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